As a member of the automation community, we recognize that training interns is a societal duty. Training interns is cultivating talent, transferring practical knowledge, and enhancing workforce diversity. By investing in interns, communities invest in their future and contribute to the prosperity of their members.
Startups, which are usually resource-strapped, provides founder's time and front-seat opportunity to how a company is run. These are valuable learning opportunities which we hope interns would take advantage of. And finding a group of students like these guys from University of Queensland, who never shied away from opportunities and risks and took charge of their learning journey, makes for a very fruitful internship.